If your remote control that is prepackaged with the CC WiFi Internet Radio becomes lost or damaged this is the replacement. Spare remote controls are also a good idea for large households or someone who is using the CC WiFi Internet Radio in multiple rooms.
June, 17 2018
I only use my Wi-Fi radio at night with earbuds.
I run my fingers over the numbered bumps and count so I know which channel I want in the dark
The sensor on the radio I'm thinking would work better if it was more centered centralized on the face of the radio. The sensor for the remote to respond to seems like it's too low and turn dial is in the way sometimes
March, 21 2018
I recently bought a CC Wi-Fi radio to replace one which seemed to be slowing down. The new radio wouldn't recognize my wi-fi and a C. Crane tech spent at least twenty minutes with me to get it to work. They paid for me to send it back and kept it for a week to check it out. They then sent it back at no charge and I discovered that I had used upper case letters in my password and that is why it wouldn't work. I also used the new remote on my old radio and found out that the problem was with my remote. I decided to keep both radios so I could have one in each of two rooms. I couldn't be happier with the service and patience I received from C. Crane and their techs. I will continue to do business with them in the future.
Great product and great service
Off/On button tends to wear out with extensive use. Use the remote instead
Listening to radio stations from cities where you used to live or to music from Pandora. The speaker is great
February, 9 2017
I own 3 Internet radios from other manufacturers, but they CAN'T compare to the CC WiFi Internet Radio. I have mine setup in a large room, so the additional remote allows me to operate it from a second location. With 99 presets, a remote is essential, having a second one makes my life easier. Great job C Crane!
Just the right size,Well thought out design,Controls all functions of the radio
Operate the CC Internet Radio from a second remote location.
January, 6 2011